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Police blotter for the week of July 31

Music leads to arrest
The town of Evans Police Department arrested Patrick Swan, 21, of Evans, July 3, after investigating loud music playing.

Responding Officer Joseph LaRosa observed a clear plastic container with marijuana and a glass pipe with marijuana residue in plain view on the floor of the second floor bedroom, where the music was coming from.

The marijuana was seized and Swan was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. He was issued a TRACS appearance ticket, returnable on July 21.

Buffalo man arrested
On July 5, the town of Evans Police Department arrested Steven Schimek, 31, of Buffalo, for disorderly conduct.

Schimek was physically fighting in front of the officers. He was taken into custody, booked and released on an appearance ticket.

Blasdell man booked for harassment
On July 6, town of Evans police officer Kenneth Kloss arrested Sean Reeb, 29, of Blasdell, for harassment.

The victim previously had a relationship with Reeb and has three children in common with him. The relationship ended approximately six months ago. Since then, Reeb has not complied with the victimís wishes and has contacted her several times, going around his blocked number on her phone.

Reeb was arrested for texting and calling the victim several times, threatening to kill her. The victim provided a written supporting deposition and signed charges. She requested a stay away order of protection.

Woman arrested in Evans
The town of Evans Police Department arrested Barbara McGowan, 53, of the town of Hamburg, for disorderly conduct.

On July 4, Officer Matthew Stonitsch responded to Lake Shore Road for an irate female. McGowan stated she was upset about her dog out in Lake View. As Stonitsch asked her questions, McGowan became more upset, yelling obscenities at him.

McGowan was taken into custody for disorderly conduct. She continued to fight with the officer while being taken into custody. She was later released on an appearance ticket.

Obscenities lead to arrest
On July 4, the town of Evans police department arrested Mark Riley, 23, of Evans, for disorderly conduct.

After yelling obscenities while standing on the corner of Lake Shore Road and Kennedy Avenue, Riley refused to leave the area. He was told numerous times to move alone towards his residence.

Riley was highly intoxicated. He was taken into custody and placed in jail until he was sober. He was released on an appearance ticket, returnable at a later date.

Man laying in road
On July 5 at about 3:59 a.m., the town of Evans Police Department arrested Timothy Sullivan, 50, of Silver Creek, after he refused to move from the middle of an intersection.

Sullivan was laying in the intersection and yelled obscenities at officers when told to move. He was arrested and released on an appearance ticket.

Boston men charged
The Erie County Sheriffís Office deputies responded to a report of a disturbance on Boston State Road, in which the caller reported that her husband was being attacked by twon males who had pulled up to her residence in a vehicle.

Mark Matteucci Jr., 20, and Mark Matteucci, 50, both of Boston, were arrested and charged with harassment in the second degree. They were released to appear in Boston Town Court, at a later date.

Stay-away order issued
On July 7, the town of Evans Police Department arrested Samantha Solomon, 23, of Evans, for harassment.

Solomon entered the victimís place of employment, disregarding previous advice not to enter said restaurant due to past history. She continued to try to engage the victim in conversation and punched her in the face, after getting upset.

The victim signed charges requesting a stay away order of protection. A witness statement will be filed, at a later date.

Drugs arrest in Evans
The town of Evans Police Department arrested Adam Schichtel, 17, of Angola, at about 11:37 p.m. on July 5 after he caused a public disturbance.

Officers saw Schichtel yelling obscenities and trying to create a disturbance. He was taken into custody, where a Xanax pill was found on his person and he was charged with criminal possession of a control substance. Schichtel was released on an appearance ticket.

Door-breaking arrest
The town of Evans Police Department arrested Melissa Buck, 22, of Evans, after she pushed through the police department glass doors, breaking the hinges, on July 6. A patrolman witnessed Buck damaging the property.

Alcohol leads to arrest
On June 30 at 2:43 a.m., town of Evans police officer Jeffrey Devinney observed two vehicles parked in the parking lot between Erie Road and Schuyler Drive with no lights on.

When Devinney approached, the vehicles took off and he had to chase the vehicles. When he caught up to them, he observed Tyler Roberts, 18, with a bottle of vodka that he attempted to hide by sticking it down the back of his pants. He said that he was meeting the subject to sell him some of the vodka. Roberts was arrested for unlawful possession of alcohol by a person under 21 and released on an appearance ticket, returnable to Evans Town Court.

Three arrested for fight
Officers from the Town of Evans Police Department arrested Adam Dzwigal, 21, of Holland; Matthew Weller, 20, of the town of Hamburg and Joseph Nicosia, 26, of the town of Orchard Park on July 5 for disorderly conduct.

Officers came across a fight in the South Shore parking lot. All three offenders were placed under arrest and later released on appearance tickets for a return date of July 21.

Upon arrest, Dzwigal was asked what property he had on his person. He replied that he may have some marijuana on him and produced a small quantity of marijuana from his pocket. It was confiscated and Dzwigal was charged with unlawful possession.

Texting and driving while intoxicated arrest
On July 7 at about 9:40 p.m., the town of Evans Police Department caught Daniel Hart, 49, of West Seneca, driving while intoxicated and operating a cell phone.

Officers first observed Hart looking at his phone while driving. After stopping the vehicle, they noticed Hartís slurred speech, impaired motor coordination, glassy eyes and the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage.

Hart failed to pass two sobriety tests and was then given the HGN test. Hart refused to consent to a breath screen and was arrested.

At the station, he consented to a breath test that read he had a .14 percent blood alcohol content. He was booked and released with a return date of July 21.

One arrested for fight
On July 5, the town of Evans Police Department arrested Jay Mudra, 20, of Buffalo, for disorderly conduct.

Officer Sherry Miller observed a fight in a parking lot between two males. Upon approaching, one man fled the scene and was unable to be located. The second man, Mudra, was arrested and later released on an appearance ticket, with a return date for July 21.

Hawes charged for fight
Officers from the town of Evans Police Department arrested Matthew Hawes, 31, of Evans, on July 5, at about 11:11 p.m. for assault.

Officers responded to a report of a fight. Hawes had punched the victim above the eye, causing a bleeding laceration.

The victim was transported to the Lake Shore Hospital and received stitches. where he also signed charges.

Hawes was arrested and issued an appearance ticket, returnable at a later date.

Train riders arrested
Evans police officers responded to the CSX Railroad tracks at Sturgeon Point Road on July 2 at 7:35 p.m., for report of two occupants on a train car. Cassie Conolly, 31, of Syracuse and Benjamin Deatherage, 41, of Hillsboro, were found on the train with a dog and a large amount of property.

They were arrested and transported to Evans Police Department and subsequently remanded to the Erie County Holding Center on $500 cash or $750 bond for criminal trespass third. The dog is being held at Jamco.

Break-in in Evans
On July 1, Evans Police Office Michael Kauzala responded to a rn Evans residence for a report of a female causing a disturbance. The complainant said that Katherine Rankus, 34, of Evans, had broken into her apartment looking for drugs. She then exited the residence and began yelling obscenities in the roadway.

Kauzala took Rankus into custody for disorderly conduct and released on appearance tickets, once sober.

Couple fights in street
On July 4 at about 9:30 p.m., the town of Evans police department responded to a complaint that resulted in the arrests of Nicole Kreuzer, 21, of Evans and Trevor Orser, 22, of Angola.

The complainant stated that there was a fight in progress. Officer Bruce Green arrived and discovered the offenders standing in the street yelling obscenities.

Kreuzer and Orser were taken into custody for disorderly conduct and released on appearance tickets.

Drinking teens busted
On July 3 at 3:35 a.m., Evans police officers were responding to complaints of loud music coming from a residence when they found underage persons consuming Bud Light beer. Brendan Regensdorfer, 18, of Evans; Maggie Gorman, 20, of Blasdell; Kendall Barber, 20, of Orchard Park; Kennedy Bomberski, 18, of Evans; Tyler Donaldson, 19, of Evans and Adam Schichtel, 17, of Angola were issued appearance tickets for unlawful possession of alcohol by a person under the age of 21. All remaining cans of beer were destroyed in the presence of officers and the residents turned off the music for the rest of the night.
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